If you searched for dirty tinder because you would like to hook up with someone, I have awful news for you. This app/site is a scam, unfortunately. And let me tell you, I have experience in the industry of dating apps, etc., and this one has excellent design, and this website could fool even me. So if you signed up and thought about paying within the app, I can completely understand. If you were about to sign up, but you just landed on this article, I am so happy for you. You have only saved a few bucks because this website is a scam.
But I also have a few good news for you. Since I have found out about this little scam website, I did my research and find everything about Dirty Tinder and lookalike sites. If you are interested in dating/hookup sites and apps, you might take a few minutes of your day and read this article because there are many more scams out here, not just this site.
The Truth about Dirty Tinder
In my eyes, this is quite obvious, but for others, it might be not. This “dirty tinder” is not by any means associated with the real Tinder app, which is available on google play and iTunes. They are just merely trying to use branding and lure real users to their fake websites. Now that we got this straight, I will review this phony site and explain to you how can you spot these scams.
Also, there are several versions of this scam on several different domains. I want to start with dirtytinder.co.
Dirty Tinder dot Co Review
First of all, if this were legit, they would not have in 99,99% cases .co domain but some top-level domain like .com or .net or .org. But not .co.
So for the fun and giggles and explaining to you why this is a scam. I have entered the website and clicked on that I would like to continue/register — the first thing which has happened. I was redirected, and I had to click four times on YES to proceed. After I was done with that, I got redirected three times again to a different offer.
Why was I redirected? Because by my IP address, they are trying to send me to the CPA offer, which pays the best for the GEO location I am in. So the dirtytinder.co is only a landing page. They are trying to get you to that page, but actually, make you register on a different one. What you need to understand, no matter to what site you are being redirected to, they have no real users — only guys like you, who have tried to register for a hookup. But at the end of the day, all of these sites will require you to get a premium account. How to get a premium account? You have to pay for it, of course.
Also, keep in mind that they stole the Tinder logo. If they are not scared of the lawsuit of one of the biggest companies, they are not afraid of scamming you for several bucks for the premium membership on a fake website.
What about the hot girls?
Well, all of those photos are scraped from various sites, but none of the girls are using the site. Why? Because the website does not exist, they have created this site to “steal” your money. Well, they are not stealing it, but they want you to buy membership on the website, with zero real users. The only real users on sites like these are guys, who paid for the membership. Found out that the website has no real users and left and never went back.
But the dirty tinder has reviews on their site
And? So far, everything on this site was fake. These user testimonials are also faked. They just downloaded a few photos of guys and wrote those reviews for themselves. And if these photos are not ripped from the internet, then they are stock photos, which can be bought for a few dollars.
Dirty Tinder App Review
Again, another fake website, which is trying to steal money from you. This time when I have been attempting to register on Dirty Tinder App, I was redirected to member.tinsexapp.com, which is not even dating app. It is a website with “cam shows,” which they may or may not be real. I did not investigate that further, but they are getting commissions for your sign-ups and spendings.
Depending on your GEO location, you will be redirected to a different offer than I was. So depending on your IP and geolocation, you might still get redirected to some fake dating/hook up site or app. Also, check if the website you are on has an SSL certificate. If they don’t, there is a good chance that the website is not legit. SSL certificate costs around 5$ per year. So if they do not spend just five bucks for it, there is a good chance that the site is not real.
PS: tinsexapp, which I was redirected to, did not have an SSL certificate.
My last thoughts on this
Hopefully, I made my self clear and explained how are these sites making money and that they are trying to scam you out of your money. That none of those dirty tinder websites are legit. And that you should not trust them at all. But again, I will bet that still few people will sing up and give this site a shot, which is sad.
If you are looking for a legit working alternative, I will give a try to a real legit dating app. For real, like Tinder or Badoo, there are several other options. Just go to google play or iTunes and go to dating apps sections. If you want to spend money, you can buy premium membership on these legit sites and have an unlimited account. You can swipe right all day long, and you will get matches aka dates, aka hookups. If there is any other website that you are not sure if it is legit or not. Just go to the comment section below this article. Ask me to review that site, and I will try to do it as soon as possible. This is it, this is my honest, dirty tinder review, and hopefully, you read this article before trying to register on their site.